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Dreaming of the next Decade

We are about to celebrate the new year. Hooray! This may mean a somewhat drunken dance with your secretary at the office party. Or it may mean peering into the future to ask, where the hell are we going? 283 more words

Adventure

Louts and strivers, united by their desire to exploit the weak: H.G. Wells expounds a dark vision of humanity in ‘The Invisible Man’

By Matthew E. Milliken
MEMwrites.wordpress.com
Dec. 16, 2014

Herbert George Wells’s sixth book, The Invisible Man, in 1897, continued a very productive writing career that had begun in 1895 with the publication of a debut novel and two other works.  1,510 more words

Books

TV Review: The Flash, season 1, episode 9

It’s Christmas time in Central City, but does “The Man In The Yellow Suit” bring us any gifts to cherish this year? If you haven’t peeked at the content inside yet and don’t want some spoilers, come back later; otherwise, click on. 1,358 more words

Film & TV

The Time Machine's George Pal Makes a 12 Year Old Boy Happy

Me and George Pal as I thank him.

When I was 12, I wrote to George Pal, asking for a photo of Rod Taylor fighting a Morlock, from the movie The Time Machine which Mr. 359 more words

Rod Taylor

Science fiction and sociology: Considering ‘The Time Machine,’ H.G. Wells’s pioneering science fiction novel

By Matthew E. Milliken
MEMwrites.wordpress.com
Dec. 13, 2014

The year he turned 29, Herbert George Wells published his debut novel. It was the first of dozens of volumes penned by Wells and the start of an incredibly fertile period for the author. 1,526 more words

Books

War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells

“For a time I believed that mankind had been swept out of existence, and that I stood there alone, the last man left alive.”

The War of the Worlds…

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Novels

The Paisley Soul of a Stricken Man (Warning may contain time-travel)

I have previously published the prologue to my novel on his blog, but as I have now achieved my word count target I thought I would celebrate by sharing with you an expanded version of the prologue. 718 more words

Writing